Littleton, CO, March 16: Behavioral Health Solutions continues to grow and expand their services into the state of Colorado. BHS has acquired Colorado In-Home Counseling, a group practice that specializes in traveling counseling services for seniors and disabled adults in the state of CO. Behavioral… Read More »BHS is Expanding Into Colorado
Tempe, AZ Behavioral Health Solutions is pleased to announce Dr. Mona Amini is joining our ever-expanding clinical team in Arizona! Dr. Amini completed her residency training in Psychiatry at the University of Arizona College of Medicine– Phoenix Psychiatry Residency Program. She served as the former… Read More »Introducing Dr. Mona Amini to our BHS Team
Holidays can be a devasting time to suffer loss of a loved one. Grief, especially renewed grief triggered by holiday celebrations, can seem particularly painful when related to the loss of a child. In October 1988, President Ronald Reagan Proclaimed October as National Pregnancy and… Read More »The Loss of an Angel
With a little help – you can get through this Holiday season! Here are some tips and guidance from a few of our providers. GENERAL TIPS TO SURVIVE THE HOLIDAYS Nima Alinejad, MD Chief Medical Officer, Behavioral Health Solutions Sleep, eat and limit alcohol consumption… Read More »Surviving the holdays
The statistics are staggering! According to the CDC, suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the United States – more than 47,500 deaths in 2019 attributed to suicide. That is one death by suicide every 11 minutes. It is the second leading cause… Read More »September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month
Read More »During pride month, let’s make mental health a priority
Did you know that Behavioral Health Solutions (BHS) has a team of therapists that specialize in treating the LGBTQ community?
Read More »Introducing Dr. Alinejad to our BHS Team
Dr. Nima Alinejad has joined our team serving as our Chief Medical Officer and is Board Certified in Psychiatry, Family Medicine and Medical Administration. He specializes in Chronic Disease, and Addiction Psychiatry.
Read More »Mental Health Awareness Month
May is Mental Health Awareness Month and an ideal time to educate ourselves about how to take care of bodies and minds, how to seek help when needed, and live life as fully and enjoyably as we can. Mental Health is as important as our physical and spiritual health, but often neglected. It can impact aspects of our lives such as our mood, energy levels, sleep, irritability, interactions with others, and our level of enjoyment in daily hobbies and activities.
Read More »Parental Depression and Anxiety
The pandemic for most parents has been very stressful. Mental health problems have rose dramatically during COVID. The pressure of finances, limited child care options and health concerns have made it a very challenging time to families. Parental anxiety and depression have increased because of the pressure on parents during this time. Parents need to figure out ways to support their mental health.
Read More »Our Children’s Mental Health
Adolescents are suffering from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Studies are showing that since the pandemic, children are facing symptoms of mental illness. Even though children are less likely to get COVID, they are still experiencing the impact of COVID’s harmful effects.